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A Swedish woman has described herself as "shaken" and somewhat "disappointed" that a freebie fitness CD from a packet of Nestlé Fitness cereal dished up hard-core porn in addition to the healthy benefits of a dance-based workout.

Ida Riedel Palmer, 23, popped the "Body Jam" disc into her computer and was immediately directed to a eye-opening smut website. Palmer explained: "It was not soft porn. It was definitely what I would categorize as unpleasant porn - not that I know much about it."

Unwilling to believe that Nestlé would punt breakfast time filth to innocent Swedes, Palmer pointed the finger of suspicion at her other half. She explained: "I was at first disappointed, but then worried that maybe I had a virus on my computer. I called my boyfriend to check if he had been using my computer, but he told me he hadn't."

Despite suffering the effects of exposure to unfamiliar sexual practices, Palmer checked the CD in two more computers, just to make sure.

She then contacted Nestlé, which assured her it would get to the bottom of the outrage. Mercifully for the company, it hasn't lost a customer. Palmer confirmed to The Local: "No I haven't changed cereal. But I have bought another packet." ®

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Thanks to Mike Richards for the tip-off.

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